Puttur: St Philomena College student selected for Indian Army through Agnipath programme

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Puttur, Sep 26: An aspiring student from IIBBA, St Philomena College, Len Biddappa, has achieved a remarkable feat by being selected for the Indian Army through the Agnipath programme, a Scheme approved by Government of India. Len Biddappa, son of Nishant C M and Nalini, hails from the village of Nalvathoklu in Virajpet.

Educational journey of Len Biddappa has been one of dedication and hard work. He completed his primary schooling at the Rotary School of Virajpet, followed by his high school education at Saint Ann’s English Medium High School. He continued his academic pursuit and completed his pre-university studies at Sai Shankar College in Ponnampet. Later he joined prestigious St Philomena College, Puttur for his BBA degree with a great enthusiasm.

Dr Anthony Prakash Monteiro, the principal of the college, extended his heartfelt congratulations to Len Biddappa and expressed his appreciation for the role of Agnipath programme in nurturing the aspirations of the youth in serving the nation. He also emphasized the crucial role played by the youth in safeguarding the motherland and took pride in Len Biddappa’s selection as an Agni-Veer. Len Biddappa thanked the principal and the college for the support forming him to reach the goal he aspired for.

Eighteen year old Len Biddappa is set to embark on his training journey, which begins on September 26, symbolizing his commitment to serving the nation. During this momentous occasion, Prof Ganesh Bhat, Dr AP Radha Krishna, the vice principals, Dr Radhakrishna, the head of the department of BBA, assistant professors Prashant Rai, Pushpa and PRO Bharathi S. Rai were present along with the students of IIBBA to offer their good wishes.





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